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LGfL and Adobe join forces to boost creativity in schools across the UK and London

LGfL and Adobe helping children with creativity at schools

Edtech charity London Grid for Learning and Adobe to equip thousands of schools across the UK – including over 500 secondary and 1600 primary schools in all 33 London boroughs - with free digital and creative software to help children develop skills for their future careers

EdTech charity LGfL (London Grid for Learning) and creative software company Adobe have joined forces to provide access to software that will help to equip the next generation of school children with skills to thrive in the future workplace.  

LGfL scoops Education Resources Award for ‘Not for Profit Supplier of the Year’!

LGfL scoops Education Resources Award for ‘Not for Profit Supplier of the Year’!

Educational technology charity - LGfL - wins top award in ‘Supplier of the Year: Not-for-profit’ category as well as coming ‘highly commended’ for its Key Stage 2 – 3 resource ‘Space Adventures - Mission to the Moon’

Edtech charity LGfL is delighted to be celebrating its latest success in the 2019 Education Resources Awards, having been announced as the winners in the category Supplier of the Year: Not-for-profit. LGfL scooped the top prize after impressing judges with its inspiring approach to meeting the needs of schools today as well as demonstrating outstanding customer care and an exceptional standard of service to education. 

Educational not-for-profit LGfL translates DfE document ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ into ten languages

Educational not-for-profit LGfL translates DfE document ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ into ten languages

LGfL DigiSafe, safeguarding arm of educational not-for-profit organisation LGfL, is providing translations of key DfE document Keeping Children Safe in Education free of charge on its website, enabling schools to comply with their statutory duty to ensure all staff – including support staff – read and understand the guidance.